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Dec 28, 2012 4:00am EST
to work with lindsay low lan? . >> mark heller. >> you keep getting them losses on your record. >> they said she's reportedly drinking two liters of vodka every day. that's like saying, hey, liver, i'll show you. >> she's the last living lady viking. >> she's not on dialysis? >> she will be. >> lindsay lohan was arrest wimbledon charged with third degree assault. reportedly lindsay told me give me my space. fists started to play. lindsay lohan did the perp walk. >> how's it going? how you feeling? >> look at this. with the coat over the head. >> i think we know it's her. >> yeah. >> we just figured out how to make her make a better movie. she should have had a coat over her head the whole time. >> you don't think michael lohan or mama dina said lindsay, nothing good happens after 1:00 a.m. >> they were out. >> i love the minute lindsay gets arifterestearrested, he's boy, i'm back. >> maybe i can make some money off of this somehow. is there first he says i have been trying for years especially over the past two weeks but my pleas have gone unheard. children need both parents, n
Dec 22, 2012 10:00pm EST
with the heller decision, the 2008 decision by justice scalia that says there is an individual right that you felt that the right result for the wrong reason. >> guest: i do agree that it's an individual right and i think history shows that but what the hell are decisions that was first of all, it's inconsistent. at one point scalia's opinion says according to the cruickshank decision, as we have said kneisley, it's not a right granted by the constitution. i think that davis says the second amendment conferred the right. well, how can it not be remanded by the constitution but the second amendment confers the right and he says was primarily about self-defense. nowhere in the debates about the second amendment back in the 18th century do you find much emphasis on individual self-defense. as we said previously that's not the reason for it. that's not the reason why the second amendment was written and put into the bill of rights. so i think the reasoning is specious but the conclusion is valid as an individual right so then what do you do? scalia goes on to say, that doesn't mean that it can be regu
Dec 24, 2012 12:00am EST
said in your book you agreed with the heller decision, the 2008 decision, by justice scalia, that said there is an individual right unrelated to any militia. you said right result, wrong reason. >> i agree it's an individual right and history shows that. but what the heller decision said was -- first of all, it's inconsistent. at one point scalia's opinion says, accordingly, crookshank decision, as we have said, the supreme court has said previously, it's not a right granted by the constitution. then a few paragraphs later he says the second amount conferred the right. well, how can it not be grant by the constitution but the second amendment confers the right? and he says, it was primarily about self-defense. well, nowhere in the debates about the second amendment in the 18th century do you find much emphasis on individual self-defense, as we said previously. that not the reason for it. it's not the reason why the second amendment was written and put into the bill of rights. so i think the reasoning is specious but the conclusion is valid. it is an individual right. so then what do yo
Dec 6, 2012 1:00am PST
that we received from david heller who is the president of our greater geary boulevard merchants and property owners association. so, i'll just read this letter for you. the greater geary boulevard merchants and property owners association wholeheartedly supports the continuation of the outside lands music and arts festival. we appreciate the remarkable contribution this single event makes to our merchants, employees, and the city of san francisco each year. our businesses cover an expansive area from van ness to the ocean. we see a substantial increase in foot traffic and sales for aye two-week period around the festival. this event brings us customers from outside the bay area who are introduced to our restaurants, cafes, hotels, bank, salons, florists and service stations for the first time. the fiscal impact of new customers is palpable. this festival has brought dramatic increases in revenue each year in august. the economic boost is felt by a wide variety of businesses for the week before and after the event. our merchants, property owners and employees appreciate much need
Dec 9, 2012 12:00am EST
over there by the atlantic heller. i asked a world war ii veterans a pretty simple question -- i said, how is your day going? he looked at me with the utmost sincerity in his eyes and said, i could die a happy man now that i have made this trip. that answer was the beginning of an incredible journey for me. it served as an inspiration to make a documentary about communities across the country that have pulled together to send these veterans, now in their 80s and 90s, to see the memorial. these trips are called on our flights, and as many of you know, honor flight is a nonprofit organization that was started by earl morris. it flies world war ii veterans out here to see this beautiful memorial at no cost to the veterans. they fly from 117 cities from across the country and had flown over 100,000 veterans to date. for the past two years, by business partners and our team at freethink media have followed the veterans from the stars and stripes organization in milwaukee. there are two veterans here today that are amazing guys who have become my friends. there is julian. [applause] julian
Dec 31, 2012 4:30am EST
of state heller clinton is hospitalized after doctors discovered a blood clot. a spokesman says that the clot was found in a follow-up examination after clinton fainted and hit her head earlier this month. she is expected to stay in the hospital for the next day or so. time tralee is running out for lawmakers to reach a deal in order to avoid the fiscal cliff. leaders remain at odds over key issue, including the income -- income threshold for tax rates. we have war. >> in a rare sunday night session -- >> i think the enormity of the issue is very clear. >> u.s. senators gathered to solve a self-imposed crisis. >> this is the wrong time for us to go over the cliff. >> their plan to carve out a compromise dissolved. >> there is no single issue that remains on impossible sticking point. >> we are willing to make difficult concessions as part of a balanced agreement. >> january 1, steep tax hikes and big budget cuts go into effect potentially causing widespread damage to a fragile economy. >> regardless a partisan differences, our top priority is to make sure that taxes on middle-cl
Dec 9, 2012 11:30pm EST
. packers will give them all the six, seven yard gains they want. heller making the catch. for eight. second and two. lions on the verge of their fifth consecutive defeat. and that's incomplete, with a flag down, williams. good game all things considered. calvin johnson, look at his numbers, they're good, 1 for 98. >> referee: illegal contact. defense number 38. five yard penalty. automatic first down. >> cris: definitely contact. just a matter of who ran into whom. there you go. just one on one as it's been a lot of the time. almost looked like it was sort of a relaxed moment there. he used calvin to bounce off of him and make that turn and that flag. >> al: now from the 48. bell. to the 43 yard line. tackled by brad jones. the clock at 50 seconds. 15 more yards, then try the onside kick. stafford going deep, and it's kicked away, incomplete. williams on the other side of the field this time. helping to guard scheffler. third down. >> cris: they've got a lot of big guys on the field right now, but they just don't have that dynamic player that we're used to seeing with detroit. he can work q
Dec 1, 2012 12:30am PST
's the name of the movie. >> which attorney wants to work with lindsay lohan? >> his name is mark heller. >> i'd love to be her attorney because he's constantly working. >> a big ass bill out of this world. >> but you keep getting them losses on your record. >> right. >> and they said that she's reportedly drinking two liters of vodka every day. >> lindsay lohan? >> yes. >> two liters of vodka? >> that's like, hey. >> a glass of wine somebody has to tote me over their shoulders out of the club. one glass of montscato. >> she's the last living lady viking. >> she's not on dialysis? >> she will be. >>> so on the same day that whitney houston daughter's bobbi kristina crashed her car into a was arrested.rother nick gordon >> that's a little excessive. >> in the world of mug shots -- >> that's a good one. >> he's a charmer. >> that's a good one. >> he's smiling and happy, happy, happy. >> if you're the cousin and you see that mug shot -- >> no, if you're the judge you're like, oh, let me get that smile off your face. ten years! you know they drive the same kind of car. they have matching cars. >>
Dec 5, 2012 2:00am PST
. >> now let's go back in history before heller. when the decision came down, it was considered a fundamental shift. having studied the cases the history of the second amendment the comma there the preparatory words are a well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state. people thought well, we'll permit you to own guns as it receipts to the militia not individual use. what would that, the early interpretation and if so, what happened? >> in truth the americans have had the right to bear articles in both state and federal constitutional law for a long time. regardless of the second amendment, virtually every state protects the right of individuals to have guns for personal protection in their state c constitution. the founding fathers wrote the second amendment in part because they were fearful of having government completely disarm the citizenry. they also had gun control laws. they didn't view the second amendment as a libertarian license for anyone to have any gun anywhere they wanted. >> there were gun control laws way back when, when our founding fathe
Dec 23, 2012 9:00pm EST
to overthrow gun-control regulations just because of heller and mcdonald. >> host: succumbing you've got this new definition of the second amendment, and again, one level i thought was like are giving companies angels can dance on the head of the pen the real issue is are there things that we can do to help make our communities safer? i came at the issue has a mayor and 14 indiana we had rising crime and strengthening the police report what pushing for the stronger law but also realizing we made it dangerous for people to get guns and sometimes they were outbidding the police department, so i knew that sort of fits in to where you have gone with the book, too. >> guest: what we need to do is have that kind of discussion. instead what usually happens after an atrocity light aurora is politicians on all sides that for the violence and the deaths and then we move on and we need for -- we wait for the next one to be the new york city mayor bloomberg of course is one of the heads of the mayor against illegal guns which the nra has described as its worst enemy. they started in 06 with about 50
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2012 3:00pm EST
today, but what's find out what levels traders watching with the move. joining me now, bobby heller from on point executions. pulledded him off the floor right here to our data wizard, and let's pick up on the s&p because that's what traders look at. what do you see and looking at as far as levels are concernedded. >> we broke through a 200 day moving averages last week with the great up days everybody's talking about to kind of a round number, and we're there's a bias to continue the uptrend, and people who are afraid with the fiscal cliff negotiations or nonnegotiations. there's bumps up and down, today, back and forth cross zero 70 or 80 times. >> especially when you look, the dow, a picture of how many times this stock has moved just across the flat line. it's just unbelievable. it's really quite stunning there, because when ou look at, @%ll, you know it's not working. i don't know if we can effectuate that. >> people are uncertain or they are certain, and that the market's in balance right now. i don't know. it's happy news, somewhat balanced. >> there's u.s. dollar weakness latel
Dec 16, 2012 5:00am PST
and other federal enclaves. when the heller case which recognized the individual right under the second amendment came down, the quote we had from barack obama talked about guidance to local jurisdictions so what's up with that? what's up with that is he's a constitutional law professor realized the next step would be the 14th amendment issue, which is applying this individual right to have a gun and announced in heller to state and local governments. >> i'm going to say that obviously, the amendmentment is congress won't make a law and we see it play out with mf of these things that there's a fires federal test case. the idea that if the principal exists for federal law we'll incorporate it to states and states can't make a law that violate this is. >> the original bill of rights reflected fear of the central government the entire bill of rights is about congress and the federal government. after the civil war, a new bill of rights, basically emerged saying that states have misbehaved and we need to regulate them. they have fundamental rights. the language is no state shall make or enf
FOX News
Dec 17, 2012 9:00pm PST
amendment. i read heller before i came on. i heard so much stupid commiptary. and i would like to people to pause. this is not a question of what in the constitution . it is a question of what is in the institution. they can make a proposal but they can't repeal the constitution. i understand the irony and talking about the media. but going back to when nbcaired that virginia tech killer tape, since then, there is a role for the media to act responsibly. and not to cover and send a message that immortality awaits anyone who is deed and if they pick up the gun and slaughter innocents. we are not doing it the right way. >> i thank you both for a thoughtful conversation and some of the is reckless and irresponsible andly omitting the pain. >> coming up. investigators who piece together the shooter adam lanza and trove the twept year old to commit they hadinous crime. how is law enforcement getting to the tragedy. to the tragedy. that and sometimes life can be well, a little uncomfortable. but when it's hard or hurts to go to the bathroom, there's dulcolax stool softener. dulcolax stool soft
Dec 22, 2012 6:30am PST
answer here, but this 2008 opinion, the heller decision, which was about handguns, that has not really been extended -- no one exactly knows where it goes from there. >> right. >> if obama has more appointments and if the conservatives don't have the power that they do now, that could be contained. it could be applied only to handguns. but if president romney had had the opportunity or president paul ryan in a few years gets the opportunity to appoint justices to the supreme court, that could be expanded. the limits of the second amendment are not clear at this point. the supreme court has not really spoken on it. that's one of the reasons why it's so important, who appoints whom to the supreme court. >> at what point is gun violence in america a public health threat, right? you talk about the freedom, the freedoms we have in this country where the public health risk, 30 some thousand people killed every year. cdc says it's $38 billion, the cost of society of gun violence. >> what's so astonishing about the debate of gun violence, it's different from the '90s when i first started cover
FOX News
Dec 7, 2012 1:00am PST
in god, you know, praise jesus. >> bill: no, just quoting her grandfathers. she is quoting heller grandfathers. >> she is offering an historic account of what got them through their service in vietnam. they prayed for peace, prayed to god for strength. now, that is historical account of what happened. so, are we now at the point in our schools where if somebody dropped down on their knees in history and prayed to god to get them out of a tough situation we can't mention that because the word god can never be uttered. that's what this school district concluded. >> bill: the west marion elementary school and violation of the little girl's freedom of speech. we are going to follow both of these stories, ms. megyn will. there is plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. crazy situation in honolulu are we facing a growing anti-christian bias in america? jesse watters on how much americans really know about christmas in a watters world. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. >> bill: culture warrior segment. diminish the federal holiday of christmas. the latest in hawa
Dec 19, 2012 6:00am EST
in the heller case that law-abiding americans have constitutional rights to own firearms, whether for self-protection, hunting, competitive shooting, or any other proper purpose. that is now the law. but the supreme court has also made clear that the government can appropriately impose sensible regulation, just ast can in many other areas of constitutional rights, on how firearms are used and purchased. and everyone would agree that criminals and deranged people should not be able to get their hands on firearms. on all of these issues, we have to look for sensible common ground, rooted in common sense. and bieve there is room for people of good will to work together to find it. even as i say that, i am mindful that issue involving the second amendment rights and violence have in the past fueled ep passions, suspicions and passions have run deep and wide on both sides of this debate, including in this chamber, and there's a lot of distrust to overcome. i am here today to keep faith with the people of newtown who have grabbed my arm and said we have to do something, and that is my commitment
Dec 19, 2012 5:00pm PST
that things have changed and recognize they have created an expansion of the second amendment under heller, do you think they'll uphold the bans on semiautomatics or the size of magazines as being discussed now as the next steps in gun control. >> i think all the proposals would survive supreme court scrutiny. there is no doubt that universal background checks on every gun purchaser is constitutional permissible. the court said we can ban felons and the mentally ill from getting their hands on guns. universal background checks is a way to see to it that they don't get their hands on guns. i think the supreme court is likely to uphold the law. the court said guns in common use for protection while someone could use an ar 15 for self defense, they're not primarily used for self defense in america. >> eliot: bring back the 19 20's as you describe t it was a moderating force and it would an moderating force in our law. professor and author of " "gunfight." thank you for your insights. >> thank you for having me. >> eliot: next, cliff watching are we suddenly taking a dive? more "viewpoint" coming
Dec 30, 2012 12:00pm EST
now? be set in your book you agreed with the heller decision by justice scully at that site is an individual on related in the militia, but you thought they came up with the right result for the wrong reasons. >> guest: i do agree it's an individual right and history shows that. with the decision said this first of all it's inconsistent. at one point, scully is opinion says quoting the cruickshank decision, as we have said previously, it is not a right granted by the constitution. a few paragraphs later says the second amendment conferred the right. how can that be great to buy the constitution that the second amendment confers the right. and it is primarily about self-defense. nowhere in debates about the second amendment in the 18th century do you find much emphasis on individual self-defense as we said previously that's not the reason for it. that's not the reason why the second amendment was written and put into bill of rights. so the reasoning is specious, but the conclusion is valid. so then what do you do? escalator goes on to say, that doesn't mean it can't be regula
Dec 12, 2012 8:00am PST
amendment rights. listen, the second amendment has been decided. it's been decided in the heller case. there is a right to own guns in our country and we need to respect that. the fact is, there are things we can do with a deep inherent respect for the second amendment and lindsey graham's love of hunting and love of shooting and his belief in the second amendment to save lives and prevent tragedies and just to cut off that conversation just in the name of, you know, it's an infringement on my rights, it's irresponsible leadership, actually. you know, there are things that we can do to prevent many of the 32 gun murders that happen every day without doing anything contradictory to the second amendment. the american public wants to have that conversation. this is a frank luntz poll, 74% of nra members support criminal background checks. because nra members like average americans realize that that has nothing to do with the right of a law-abiding citizen to responsibly own a gun. these are the terms on which we have to have this conversation. and we need to hold people like lindsey grah
Dec 28, 2012 8:00pm PST
? because i'd like to remind you of one thing. justice scalia said in the heller decision, like most rights the second amendment is not unlighted. -- not unlimited. he said, it is not a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever for whatever purpose. from the high priest of the supreme court of conservatism himself. why doesn't that create some room for current conservatives like ronald reagan did in 1994 to back an assault weapons ban? >> the issue is, are you going to be punishing law-abiding gun owners with these kind of regulations? there are plenty of people who own these guns who have a right to own these guns who are not part of the problem. are you punishing those people who have a right to own those guns because there are crazies out there that you are not affecting with an assault guns weapon? there is nothing about this that touches mental health -- >> do i really need so shoot 30 bullets at one time? is 10 okay? >> who is presumptuous enough to determine what that number is for law-abiding gun owners? >> again, this is part of its own issue. -- this w
Dec 22, 2012 9:00am PST
, talked about unusual and dangerous weapons being permitted to be regulated. so i think heller really offers congress an opportunity to get serious, show some backbone, take advantage of the existing constitutional law, what the tragedy means, what comes out of connecticut, and take action in dealing with arms regulation. i think the opportunity is there. i think they can get it done. >> richard, what would meaningful gun control legislation or laws look like that would get by the supreme court? >> that's a great question, miguel. we're going to find that out in the next year or so. justice scalia also talked about the enshrinement of our constitutional right to bear arms. in any event, i think the areas will really focus on enhanced reporting of mental health issues and hopefully better mental health treatment because that really should be the number-one focus to preventing crimes such as what occurred up in newtown, because i think most people who are licensed to carry guns or who possess guns are not going to get involved in the types of crimes and mass slaughters that we've been r
Dec 18, 2012 2:00pm PST
they approved the earlier one, didn't they? isn't there a precedent. >> even after the heller decision the supreme court told us there were reasonable limits that congress could impose when it came to firearms. there are two groups that i think are essential to the success of this effort. first, sportsmen and hunters. let me tell you, chris, i know plenty of them in my family and all around downstate illinois. they're good people. they're good citizens. they hate what happened in newtown, connecticut, as much as we do. we need them as part of this conversation. and the second group that has to step up is law enforcement. there was a time when they spoke out against these terrible weapons of death. we need them again to be part of this conversation. >> well, i would ask why would anybody out there want the criminal to be heavier armed than the policeman. he's got a little 9 millimeter or .38 police special and somebody comes in with an assault rifle. let's go back to the sportsmen. do you think the sportsmen you know and are organized in illinois, do you think they would support a limit
Dec 27, 2012 1:00pm PST
public's public opinion and because of the supreme court decision such as heller. >> a couple things though. when we talk about grover norquist we know behind the scenes members were calling norquist to say, hey, i'm still with you, buddy, right? and when we talk about the nra, one of the things that strikes me is we've seen these polls that suggest like 74% of nra membership don't agree with the leadership. but when are they going to step up and do something? that's part of the problem here. >> i'm not going to disagree with you in the sense that, yes, i think the national rifle association is an incredibly powerful lobby. there's no doubt about it. >> on both sides of the aisle. >> part of the reason they're powerful is a lot of people believe what they believe, and there are a lot of americans all across the country who, you know, don't want big brother registering their guns or knowing -- >> knowing they're a criminal and are trying to buy multiple guns and ammo? >> i think most americans certainly would want to know that. and i think you should have to show your license. >> jame
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